Sacramento State's Jordan Weir shot a 1-under-par 71 in the final round of the America Sky Conference Championships on Wednesday in San Antonio.
The Oak Ridge High School graduate shot 72-70-71-213 to win the event by one stroke, the school reported.
Weir becomes the second consecutive Hornet to win the individual title, following Cameron Rappleye in 2012.
The Hornets finished fourth as a team, six strokes behind winner Houston Baptist.
Sac State's Ryan Williams shot a final-round 68 and finished tied for fifth individually.
Weir's 213 edged Preston Stanley (214) of Houston Baptist.
UC Davis' Demi Runas was named the Big West Golfer of the Year for the third consecutive season, UCD reported. Andrea Wong was Freshman of the Year, Anna Temple co-Coach of the Year.
Running group to donate $10,000 to Boston victims
The Sacramento Running Association announced it will donate $10,000 to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
New executive director Ellen Moore said the money will be sent directly to The One Fund Boston that assists those affected by the tragedy.
The organization's signature event, the annual California International Marathon, has a fast, slightly downhill course, making it a favorite for runners trying to earn a Boston Marathon qualifying time. About 1,600 runners each year post a time in the CIM that qualifies for Boston, according to the SRA.
UC Davis softball rallies past Stanford
UC Davis scored three runs in the seventh inning on the way to a 5-4 nonconference win over visiting Stanford.
Christa Castello singled in the tying and winning runs. Christina Guidry (Vista del Lago) singled in the Aggies' first run of the inning, UCD reported on its athletics website.
Guidry and Jasmine Lee (two RBIs) each had two hits for the Aggies (22-24).
Justine Vela (14-8) won in relief with three strong innings against the Cardinal (32-17).
Bee Sports staff